Former Port Vale goalkeeper Sam Hornby says it was a “tough” decision to leave Vale Park.
Port Vale FC have asked for fans to volunteer to help with work around the stadium this summer.
Oxford United winger Gavin Whyte has revealed how he persuaded Mark Sykes to opt for a move to Oxford United over one to Port Vale.
Manager John Askey says he did think that back-up keeper Sam Hornby may want to leave the club and that he has a contingency plan.
Port Vale manager John Askey says a move for released Crewe keeper Ben Garrett is somewhat unlikely.
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Reports in the Sentinel newspaper say that Port Vale are set to announce the re-signing of Ryan Lloyd and a new contract for Manny Oyeleke.
Port Vale manager John Askey says new signing Kieran Kennedy is a “footballing centre-half” and will add something “slightly different” to the Vale central defence.
The Valiants now have fifteen senior players definitely signed up for next season. Here’s a look at how the squad shapes up.
Weekly digest – movement both on and off the pitch at Vale Park…
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Port Vale reserve goalkeeper Sam Hornby has rejected a contract offer from Port Vale in favour of a move to Bradford City.
Port Vale FC have now confirmed details of three summer friendly fixtures ahead of the 2019-20 season.
Former Port Vale winger Luke Hannant has tweeted a message of thanks to “Port Vale staff, players and fans” after he confirmed his move to Cambridge United.
League Two rivals Cambridge United have announced the signing of released Port Vale player Luke Hannant.
Weekly digest – fans views on the retained list, the fans forum and a summer transfer rumour for the Valiants.
Former Port Vale loanee Adam Crookes is wanted by two rival League Two clubs, his agent has revealed.
The 2018-19 saw two players join on loan and never make a first-team appearance for the Valiants. It’s happened before and here’s some more details of those luckless players.
Port Vale may have been languishing in the lower leagues for too long now but it hasn’t diminished the passion of the fans who really appreciate the club’s star players.